in Alberta & British Columbia
Zucmin Guiding was born out of bringing Indigenous, Academic and Guiding perspectives together. Our guides, and educators are keen on assisting in how to work better in building relations, programs. We specialize in developing and advancing Indigenous content and promoting Indigenous Knowledge of the Mountains
How to Build Indigenous Relations
Target Audience: Any group working with Indigenous peoples. Specialize in Guiding Companies
The elements of this workshop began as part of an Aboriginal Awareness presentation and has been advanced by cultural safety concepts and how Indigenous narratives, experiences and practices can become tools to link community with projects.
Elements of an Indigenous Program
Target Audience: Any group working with Indigenous peoples. Specialize in Recreational & Tourism Companies
The development of an Indigenous program consist of numerous elements beyond developing relations and content, this workshop will outline a strategic framework to assist in ensuring an enduring Indigenous program.
Elements of Indigenous Partnerships
Target Audience: Tourism Operators
Indigenous content and program are important however tourism operators often neglect to recognize that Indigenous operators can assist in building Indigenous capacity. This workshop will outline the benefits of partnering with Indigenous tour operators to grow your business.
How to Work with Indigenous Content
Target Audience: Any group working with Indigenous peoples. Specialize in interpretive guiding companies
Indigenous subject matter and educational/interpretive content can be overwhelming however this workshop will assist you in identifying and developing a framework that will assist in making Indigenous content easier to work with.
Elements of Indigenous Guiding
Target Audience: First Nations / NGO's / Tourism Industry
As an Indigenous tour operator, and working at a high level of Indigenous Tourism, Indigenous Guiding is often neglected however this workshop will assist you in understanding the importance of a vibrate guiding program that includes not just Indigenous history but the development of Indigenous guides.